How Bricks Made From Invasive Seaweed Clean Mexico’s Beaches | World Wide Waste | Insider Business

Millions of tons of sargassum wash up on beaches across North America every year. Exposure can lead to breathing problems, and it costs millions to clean it up. Now, one Mexican entrepreneur is building houses out of bricks made from the invasive species.

00:00 Introduction
01:14 Collecting Sargassum
02:12 Sargablock Process
03:18 Omar’s Story
05:12 Donating Homes
6:00 Global Solutions
07:37 Conclusion

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